Cabin Weekend and Fireplaces

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This weekend I hosted a lot of friends at my parents cabin on Monteagle Mountain.  It was the prefect weather for a cabin weekend:  freezing cold.  So about 18 of my friends and several dogs spent a lot of time in front of a bonfire outside or in front of the fireplace inside.  I don’t know how to build a fire but if I ever do have a working fireplace you can bet that it will be a REAL one. And I will learn how to build a fire in it…

After being freezing last weekend, I’m going to Birmingham for a wedding this weekend where it is expected to reach 72 degrees.  In January.  Crazy.

[sorry for the blurry pictures!  And thank you to Michelle and Jennifer for letting me steal your pictures :)]

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Benjamin Dhong via House Beautiful

Benjamin Dhong via House Beautiful

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Jeffrey Bilhuber via Elle Decor

Jeffrey Bilhuber via Elle Decor

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[Thanks for the cabin weekend pictures, Jenn and Michelle!]

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All this cold weather thanks for hurricane Sandy has got me wishing I had a working fireplace in my apartment.  Instead I have a fake fireplace with a mantle :)  Whenever I go home to my parents house in the winter, my dad builds a fire nearly every single night.  It’s so cozy.  I’ve also been noticing firewood used as an accessory in interior design pictures on pinterest and in magazines lately.  It sure does make a room look a little more cozy.  Maybe I should just put a pile of firewood in my fake fireplace? :)

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